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The Slaves of Heaven

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Science fiction
34 chapters
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Copyright © 1974, by Edmund Cooper
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Berry lay contentedly against Vron, savoring the sweet smell of her body, methodically kneading her large, hard breast as he sucked out the unwanted milk.
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But he thought - he hoped - that one day he might understand.
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Added: 22-Jun-2004
Last Updated: 03-Apr-2023


Berkley Medallion Books
Mass Market Paperback
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Cir 01-Apr-1975
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They Were
The Night Comers...

No one could say if they were ghosts or gods or devils.  They only knew they came from the sky, silver clad, ominous, with a Medusa glance that could freeze a man in his tracks.  They stole women and carried them off to heaven, decimating the Earth's population and threatening the survival of the human species.

Berry, chief of the Londos clan, frustrated by the uselessness of his tribes' primitive weapons, ventures into the inner circle of the Night Comers and is spirited away in their ship to their home in the stars.  There, Berry's fight for survival holds the key to the existence of his own world and that of the Night Comers as well.
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Berkley Medallion Edition, April, 1975

I originally read this as a library book but got this edition at a used book store in Mississippi.



Edmund Cooper  
Birth: 30 Apr 1926 Marple, Cheshire, England, UK
Death: 11 Mar 1982


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